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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 1 i CD P r- W fi t j THE CLAY rn TIMESt r t- II 50 Ccntsa Year In Advance IWe are here to help Clay City theSorropJing Country and Ourselves 1 R Burgher Publisher HVKiJ VOL XV I CLAY CITY KY THURSDAY JUNE 23 J9IO NO 2h iOne Sol don of Farm Labor A dairy farmer recently lost a valuable farm hand one he had depended on for yea and who he thought was indispensable The man had saved his wages carefully and purchased a farm for himself This was good fort the hired man but it left the dairyman in the lurch as he lyid a number of cows on his hands A thought came to hind Why not go to the orphanage and get a boy He acted on this impulse and after consulting with the matron selected a quiet earn est boy and took him home and into his family Together they have worked out the problem and the boy is now a good milk er and worker and besides living in the family ho ip of great assistance to the farmers wife in the kitchen and on cleaning days Instead of paying the boy wages the farmer places each week one dollar in the savings bank in his name and shows him the book besides giving him some spending money What has worked out so well in this instance will equally ap ply to regular farm problems and would advise farmers to try the orphan boys It will be argued by some that as soon as the boy is real y useful natural instincts will make him desire to better him self or a neighbor l otter him inducements to leave This in a InUJ1tJls jjJr mt th6 1 ffrr the farm products a colt or calf orpig so he can feel a proprietary Tight in what he handles Let him feel that the animals are ours and the crops are ours and make him realize that heis part of the family Mrn W N Bush was visiting relatives at Irvine Monday tttriSpring Suit 1 We are ready for you The new li spring styles we are showing in mens III mens suits will appeal to t the 1Itare that is appropriate for men in every walk of life Come in and glance throughyou will appreciate the grace drape style and excellece of fit and finish We are showing splendid line of Mens Spring Suits C The fabrics were tested and well selected much care given to the cut ting and makingthe fit and finish willstand the closest scrutiny We Honestly believe them the finest gar ments in the State and youllagreee with us once ypu see them f Balloonists Visit Powell H E Boneywill and William F Assurman journeying from St Louis Mo in a balloon was anchored in the yard of Dan Mc Coy near Rogers Chapel this county Sunday evening at G o clock just before the hard hail storm The balloonistsloft St Louis Saturday and were seen at Shepherdsville Richmond Irvine and by many people of this coun ty in their flight They threw out ropes and tried to get some one to anchor them some time before they descended but the natives were afraid to have any thing to do with the aeronauts until they drifted to McCoys home They claim they were caught up in the storm and trav eled over 557 nilesa a dis tance of about three thousand feet in the air and at a rate of nearl thirty miles an hour They left Monday evening for St Louis their balloon following them by freight Tuesday morn ing They were endeavoring to win the Lahm cup a prize held by an other aeronaut who drifted from St Louis to the Atlantic coast two years ago the longest flight ever made in the air but these men never covered more than half that distance Vhilein the air somewhere near the old Furnace some fellow shot at the balloon not thinking any one was in Itand this has 6ivb couutp ogle nary etifa vorably Cows Wanted For pasture on Orphans Home place Can furnish grazing for tin more cows would also appreciate the gift of a couple of high chairs for little folks too low tp sit on or dinary chairs iLv Pt Henry I HIMFESSEL9SJ- s q J 4ry t trr JY tit4 1 4 i 3 L h i jyrt o y 10 I a 4 u Sate of tlrtLi E Every statement seems to con firm the reportsfttiat the Lexington and Easternhas bfen sold to the L N AJtaiBpatch from Whiteburg Juneth says uA survey of fLtxingtonancl- Eastern railroa3ecently taller over bv thu Louisville and Nashville is being made through this Letcher county lentering the county at Corns tiville and pas sing up the rbork of Ken tucky River bythrcity and on into the Elkhorn coal field It is expectedfthat this road will also be extended on into Virginia to forrmfca connection with one or morSf the lines en tering that section F D Bus kirk who is atl lie head of tin engineering corps is here am and states that Actual consttic tion work will bob egun Shortly This road will tap one of riches coal and timber districts in Eastern Kentucky jKJsW SheepQuarantln- eAugust Ista strict quarantine against sheer wilhe established in this state lpheep must be dipped before tjcan be ship ped There wile establishec ifieachj 1nt1o rd or corn mission it will be t- osee that allsheijjj jjin his county is dipped whet ie sheep ar Intended for 1 i anent or not The disetoe scab feir has grown to jo great ffnV tent that such stringent m9tbod atQ ec ftftI1IIn 11 Fred R Blackburn 0f this coun ty has been one of the three mar appointed togo over the differ ent counties of the State and help to put the new order into effect Robert Russell Passes Away Robt Russell aged twenty seven years died Friday after ai illness of twelve davs Funera services at the home Saturday ty the Rev R A McConagim of Stanton and burial in the loca cemeteryMr is survived by his wife formerly Mies Hovt Adan and one child his mother Mrs Jeume Russell two brothers Leslie Russell of Texeas and 0 L Russell of this city and Mrs Charlie Groves of Oicuinnuti Ohio Governors Conference at Frankfort Frankfort was chosen as the next meeting place for the Con ference of Governors Nearly every State executive jn the U nited States will convene at Ken tuckys capital November 21 President Taft and Col noose velt probably will bein attend mice The opening session of the conference will be called at Frankfort and the last two days of the meeting will be held in Louisville Oust Pay Old Railroad Debt A mandamus from the Federal Court has been grapted to compel the County Judge and Magistrates of Green county to levy and collect tax to pay off an old rrilroad debt of 200000 which was voted many years ago but the railroad never built It is said the collection of this unjust claim will barikrupjTthe county Ji y y Increased Salary Upheld I The court in the case of Jame Auditor against J W Cam mack Circuit Judge on appea from the Franklin Circuit Court was affirmed This was the case involving the constitutionality of the act increasing the salaries of Circuit Judges The case was brought on an agreed stated facts and was tried before Judg Sam Webb of Lexington He upheld the law and an appeal was taken at once The law has been finally upheld by the Jour of Appeals and is now effective It was held that the extra duty of acting as special judges as well as regular judges entitles the Judges to have their pay increased even during their tern of offle War on the Fly The State Board of Health has sent out circulars warning the people of the State against the pestiferous house fly They charge the fly largely with the spread of typhoid fever and oth er diseases The board says all the food we eat should be kep secure from the fly at all times Meeting of Committee Hon Frank Lyon of Beattyville Chairman of the Democratic Con grefsionul Committee of the Tenth District has called a meeting of the committee for Tuesday Jun 28th to fix the time and manner of electing a Democratic nominee for Congress Laightning strucMiorgan tc Kinneys residence at Vaughni Mill twice Sunday evening The first bolt rendered Mrs McKin Hey unconscious for a time and the second stroke stunned Mr McKinney J H ORear was called Tues day to White Sulphur Springs W Va where Mrs ORear is visiting her sister Mrs Duncan occasioned by the serious illness of Ins little son Harry Mr S M McIntosh of Stew nrtsville Mo sends us 1 00 01 subscription to the Times Mr Mclntosh has recently moved from Perrin Mo to Stewarts vibe Wm McIntosh of Stanton crone in yesterday and had tin Times sent to his daughter Mrs Nannie Smith at Trout Creek Montana Dr Martinportsbirth of n son to Mr Mid Mrs Ed Martin June 17th and a girl to Mr and Mrs John Vivion June 20th The ladies of the Christian Church will have an ice cream supper In the park Saturday night for the benefit of the dhurch Spectacles Lost Pair sUel frame spectacles ir heavycardboard case Lost Some where jp Clay City Friday June 17 Please return to this ollide It will be to your interest to see our line of spring and summer suits and odd pants for men and boys be fore making your purchases This seasons styles are unusually pretty antwo can show you all the new col ore and cuts and at prices that will I interestyou Hardwick Co t Stanton t j Resist Raise iWill time Powell coun Itys assessment was iased 20 percent by the State Board of E qualization many other counties were also raised Jefferson Hardin and Warren countits dotiu propose t stand fir BUI h unjust treatment and have fiVtl Q suits resisting the raise made by the Board The contention of these counties is that the creation of this Board and its workings are unconstitutional The Boards action with thc f and the other counties raisll may have been wholly warrant ed but this was not time case with Powell and this wrong we hope to yet see righted The heaviest ram wind and c lectrical storms of the season vis ited us Sunday NOTICE fOFDistrict Court of the United Status Eastern District of Kentucky In CluyWarmouth In Bankruptcy To the creditors of Hiram Clay Warmouth of Clay City in tU countyof Powell and district aforesaid a Bankrupt Notice is hereby given that on Wednesday the 20th day of Juno 1910 at 10 oclock in the forenoon there will he a final meeting of the creditors of the above named Ban k rupt held at the office of the under signedRefereeinBeattyvilleKop tucky for the purpose of passing upon the accounts of the trustee declaring a dividend authorizing the sale of uncollected accounts il a sum to be fixed and transacting such other business as may proper ly come before said meeting and finally closing the affairs of the eu= tate of said Bankrupt Your presence is requested afc said meetingChester Gourley Referee in Bankruptcy Dated at Beattyville Kentucky June 18th 1910 For Sale Seven room house And five lots n west end of town Apply to N C Walters Irvine Ky Dr BellsPine TarHonev For Coughs and Colds For Sale Privately Lot of household furniture including mattresses carpets tablet chairs and etc Also line of Millineryconsisting Hats Flowers Ribbons anda small line of notions at a great sacrifice as I am leaving the cityThe Central Hotel is for rent partly furnished Gooil opportunity for right party Nice trade established Apply to Mrs W N Bush at the hotel Clay City Ky 4 p THE TIMES IUIIUSIIED EVERY TDUUSDAV J E Burgher Publisher Subscription Rates 50 Cents per yeacin ad wnceQtherwise 75 Gents Entered as secondclass mall matter H I f Thursday June 23j 1910 TheElizabethtown News says The Kentucky newspapers have touch to about tjie corruptiot- uridliriboryin the Illinois Legislature which electedLoriujer Fpij members of the Legislature an wider iindictment for acceptiu bribes to vote for the Senator It jcertainly a bad state of affaire Toe only difference between the Illinois case and the one in Ken tuckywlienW O Bradley was elected is that there were no in t dictments in Kentucky The Times thinkS this grand jury should not indict any of tin Powell county rondhvetseers for the bad condition of the roads In the county since they have Justy lieu expecting any day forJohn Langley to begin our pikes and it would be unnecessary to give tiny fufther attention tpanli juryted mud reads 2j Those St Luis balloonists tned not have come to Powell could create an- Ntciteriierit Powell people want tj ses a sure enough flying machine and will probably get one for our 4th of July celebration Mt Sterling wants to furnish the Democratic nominee for Congress and wants the Congression al convention too Mt Sterling should not want toot many good things at once though she tny deserve both of the- mkimbrellc Miss Mattie Dawson of Log Lidi is visiting here this week Rtostof the people here saw trio balloon pass over Sunday af tornoon T T Winburn bought of Wil lu Williams some corn at 70 ceuts per bushel John Harris and daughter Miss Lillie were Ht Irvine lust Tuesday having so nedental work done N Witt visited hissister Mrs John Branham at Mt Sterlicj lust Sunday Monday and at tepdedcourt ttI t Rev Harvey Johnson will be tit Kimbrels Chapel next Sntur day night Sunday morning am Sunday night it being his regula appointment Miss Girtie Burton of Boar bon county who has been herd visiting her uncle John Harris and sister t Miss Mary Burton returned to her home nejir Paris last Monday I Virden I J DSnowden Visited 00 Our tis Sunday 00 demons was at Argyll Saturday on business1 Mrs Mary Pace and children visited relatives at Kiddville las weekT B Ware and Rules Ware are ottendiug court at Stantoi this week V I AVe had a wind and hail storm Sunday evening that damaged gardens considerably ilev lJPLowry filled the stand afc the Ohjjptjan churcl Sunday to a large crowd E B Clemons of Lexington visited home f61ks and friends here Sunday and Monday T S Curtis is building a new tobacco barn 80 x 48 feet J D Snpwden is fqreman of the job Mr Willis Woolsley of Kidd ville was here Sunday calling on lady friends and attended chureh Mrs Bessie McIntosh of Indi an Fields visited heI par nt 1rfudtMrsl p1q io Suil layJohn Patton who has been en aged in business at Cincinnati for some time returned home Sunday Mrs Daisy Ware and son Master Jim Tom of Lexington are- lleasantguests at T B Wares this week The recent rains have put the farmersH back withii their work The weeds are about to get the tart of themr i T B Ware had three bee JJIvqIENEW Spring and Summer styles on stile Jqwr N rNJ III anythftigaJttielit smart r er and more exclusive titan I usual rnte fond you see on Paris boulevards PtktAvenue toorjpfveryat arid j f leather thatjQ i woman could Jossiblri want at fll time J t J 0oJ l J n Hardwlck and Company II u j e II STAN TON KFIITUCiY re S Irv t + a e a r iI t 4 r swarms to me out MondaysUd Saved thetnndill That is good luck forMr Ware I Charlie tt rtis an- dPiuaRI4evieited wjfe f the f9 ers uncle 09urtis d fami Sunday und attended church- Willie I QuYtis attended theeb tertainment at Pine Ridge scnciol hbues Tiiesdajnight given b Mr Tom an was fine The camp Js qcc pied this week hy the following gentlemen Ben AVill Bpckner Martin Talbert Ol y Gaitskill Bell Woodfordj fad others reexr pected Wehope they will hay a gopd time as they are al1qiqe men it t i Call and iie our line of lad and Misses Queen QU lityaa Boston Favo e low cut shoe in the one and two Btrapoedpump luce oxfords and oil the newest styles and leaffiers We have tl1e most complete stock ever brought i Powell Bounty Hardwick Co r t 1 l Stanton Now is a good time to ouy ypi gig amSapd white good8andg your sewing doqe before hJho weather MrsJ W Willia- msSPOUiSPRING The Masonic Xbdge of thlaplace will give a bilrbaaqueVFriday- Elder J Tt Tupin will j preach II at the Baptist church here on Fr day night JuneiS4 tIof Clark count was here the latter part of theWee k buying morecattje Moses McKinhby sold a saddl horse Monday I ito Sheriff Wnc Bowen Jr 6f PQlvellcounty R Liphtning Saturday night strd- cthertdtldlew of Qeoige SeWar at thin puce and tore off some d t the weatherbdarclinGr The twelvemonthsold child of- T T Sams of Hamilton Ohio lied there and Was brpught here Wednesday of this weekand bu ried at the Salem graveyard HOW5 tIbia We offer Ono Hundred Dollar Reward for any case of Catarr that cannot be cured by Hall atarrh Cure F JCheneyCojToedo 0 We the undersigned have know F J Cheney foritbcflabt 15 years tad believe him perfectly honor 111e In all business transactions and iuanciallyable to carry out py ql made by his firm WaldingKinuanMarvinWholesale C Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon tbE ilbod and mocous surfaces of thl ystem Testimonials sent tr e- Price 75o per bottler Sold 1Y811 Uruggists i rake Halls Family Pills for con itjpation P omore long times ibsoription- sqr eptgdayt4- r Bells AntisepticSalvi- t Good for all Skin blseascs l iFrult and Ojgamental TRE f i c Everything tlr oRdHARDN LaW4Yrh grind GAIDI N ONE MILLION 3trawf frYPlajts j spree Catalogue vNo Agents 1 vi1Jf lilllspmeyer1 d LEXINGTON DItY S- w y r1- Y t il Lt i J tI f JI f t r r t i tP 4110l J 1 Ij w i IJ 1fj y 1 4 1 I + tw a- r 10 t 1 it 1 tf I t nl lr 14 i t 41 LlnayrtCtL it1 t 11 IU y r CIr ard- r3f I 2 t H war 1 tl a t1- to 11i t I For all kinds OF UptoDateleiI DtA i c j 1 1tI1r LINE 1 e nut I i itn 1 1Y J fl SEE 1J I f I MI t h W- rtl f M 1J Williams i t t I IThe MillinerJI ltAY CITYiY J i It lt- t We rii1tr1 1e kit rr tpIHI D1i R t f j j 111N r Is X t i f rI r J I I t I i 1 1 L d r q f 1 l t II I ut t Jit V C i i1 I 1 u I brSE QV HOPE MILLS Ir t FLUR j rI 1 Grandmas Bread inlQlOandinherprime ale two Dif ferent kinds of bread if she is using PEARL F1 Q1TR now for her bread making You are always proud of your bread when it is made from PEARLJlour because it is the acme of suciCOB in breadbaking 0rMfg by J MDBEW Rt CAIN VerSaillellKjY I 4 OAKLAND PIANOS1Our aim u the production at a populaR UPOUM1aUl t moderate yricepianopcicui ng that q tope I worth nluo and dur sot found I pianos selling at comparative ptlxeeotacera or the O are men wboao Ufolong in the building aml marketing of 111 Concentrated In iho dept oproent of Woes etwaUal quality featur 8that attract l theurppuIU to bolldonactTlaot cue and on gradetUIof piano tberebr Inenadnt our etpQl redoeln the cat ofpreducllon onalltr and uatit7lntheOalrlndptaoelmpolwlhletoo JDu7otbtr way Inltncmoptpotet6A00pancaannuallyIntoneth at1 ouoth1 finUn anm ITIIIthe and piano hune I It dealer dont handl thklande planowlte dlre- olooatotcWlogueapdpecllInttoduetotyprkd r I of OAILAIID PIANO CO I- IBm t lriway HallCh caaolnIi J Ai y It i + + + U 1uI w XNSTJi1 wilt C 1Ii i I F t I bVfiN Be SleN 4447t r M- 1srlke t i I ilgoute t ot adernfGen1ucty 01 f c f + il Il t+ f+ hrL40 r H Q99 lIe tiC 1 1 Jllltt + 11 xt t R resented I 4 1t I f IM7yifii8e I pri t t Itt Jt tu 11 rAa Il veryIeJw6b o insurance know Imt tS are r TnTtliUiJfiie IIt i kj i4Ai44M N M HdiPMiiN I Nti f oJofo 71M1 Y1t w t- w t 1 1 1 tiyV HSN If0 I t oi tIf J 1- w r 4ityI YIHE TIMES l 4 wv 1 i AN ALL HOMEMADE PAPER V THURSDAY June 231010 Y i LOCAL BREVITIES Grover Barnett of Mt Sterl i j ins was up the first of the week The long wfehed for hot and tigrowing weather has arrived but Mr and Mrs John P Uolliver r of Salt Lick were here the last of the week 5 Mr8yt J H OiRearis visiting J 7 relatives at White Sulltur Springs WVa Wm Mouutz Jr and Edgar Shearer of Cincinnati visited home folks Sunday 0 W Duncanof White Sul f phut prias W Vai WaS here I few days last week k No Danger In taking Dr Bells PineTarHon ey for coughs and coldo Itcpn t tains no habit producing drugs Look for the Bell on the Bottle Mr and Mrs JB Bufgber a of Winchester spent Sunday with relatives in the city r IMrs E N Wilson returned last week from a visit to her daughter Mrs Qeo W Auder son at Mt Sterling rAy The DeBt Remedy For all kinds of sore eyes Suther lands Eagle Eye Salve It is a creamysnow white ointment and would not injure the eyes of a babe Guaranteed 25o 1 Mrs L T Haganof Winchester visited relatives here the Jlktrrparrofctlieweek s r I 9 CJoe Mountz who has heeiat tSardis Miss the past rsevera nionTh8TeturnedhomeiSunday y MUtasu4atsdEyaLids ac Can be cured without cauterizing Tor scarifying by JifiUs otSuther lande Eagle Eye Salve We guarantee it to cure 25c everywhere S R Russell of Irvine Mr and bfrsiJas BnnilofJLeiing Ipu and Miss Lelia Russell of Louisville attended the funeral of their xipusin Robt Russell last Saturday Jet Tho Best For skin troubles sores ulcers ec zfuachaps black heads pimples and all eruptions Use Dr Bells Antiseptic jSalveand you get the best We guarantee it 25o a box 4everywhere T I I Jake Underwbod and Wm laghynjpgtlumber ti Bur r epringasummer line of low Cflt yValiOveiJttsbE for min aid boys 1e Y ady for your in spection Callandsee them a r4yripfe fcCofl Stanton i AtWl l rgSarahJane Oraft was married to Sandy Ad amil The Jjrjde js seylentoen and has heed married three t tlMc8to d tea r H Kept the King at home iFor j thBj past year we have JcQptethe Kirigpf ili laxativesDr in sN6W Life t lllajn our eandthey have proved tblessing to oil our family write guu1JMofhuikft of Buffalo Jjit n w fc I 6 tsurJemeJYlt f3tom andKidtieyatrogbtesOnly to a11 a SLQrf jrl4fimjor J t h T t rI r tt 1 tqu + c ti t 4 4 tI t 1 l tIH nnnI Misses Maud Fletcher Grace Shimfessel and Ada Johnson pont Saturday night with Mrs H H Hoskiri i Mrs Charlie Groves of Cin cinnati was called here last week on account of the serious concH tion of her brother Robt Russell John M Kennon has gone to Hot Springs Ark for treatment He has failing eyesight and is otherwise greatly rpn down in general health A Dreadful Wound from a knife gun tin can rusty nail fireworkor of any other na ture demands promt treatment with Bucklens Arnica Salve to pre vent blbdd poison pr gangrene Itfe the juicke8teure8t healer for all sucht wounds as also for Burns Boils Sores Skin Eruptions Eczema Chapped Hands Com or Piles 25o at Swaun Day Lumber Cos store W 0 Whitson tells us thathe shot a crow that was sitting c n a nest and in going to the nest in two or three days he was surpris ed tp see another crow setting dayanothersame nestand now he goes to the nest regularly every day and kills a crow He says that he is willing ot make oath that hehas killed seven crows on the same nest and as it is now mail time wo cant wait ti see whether he will get one today Oyntlnana Log Cab in A Womans Great Idea is how to make herself attractive But without health it is hard for her to be lovely in face form or temper A weak sickly woman will be nervous and irritable Con stipation and Kidney poisons show in pimples blotches skin eruptions and awretched complexion But Electric Bitters always prove a goilwncl Eo ivottihtrwhoWnt health beauty and friends They regulate Stomach Liverl anp KidhyBj pUr fythe blood give strong nerves bright eyes pure breath smooth velvetyskin Jovely complexion good health Try them fOc at S wann Day Lumber Cos store Our spring goods I arenowon Our stock Is larger than ever before We believe we can your wants better and besidesgive you more for your money thair anyone else In the county It we are correct inour belief its to your interest to deal With1 ufi Come and look through acidsee what yoit think about it fp Hard wick CoStanton yL fnSr t rS PickefreicOhb ooThel lowestJpriced good i 1 lawm and Jar I roJce jbuilfc Write fieWL t lfl try fsacxK utDE KALI FENq CO t Itt ftlt 4 Jk t tAlA f 1 r Do Ybttaet The BestM If you have a cough cold asth ma croup pranjr throat or bron ohiar trouble use Dr Bells PineTarHoheyf you do Lokfor the Bell jonihejiBottle The continued wet weather seems tobewith us for good again It promises to destroy the crop outlookour best larid the bottomsf We Doat Have to I4Tell its for its i name tells DrBelis Pine TarHoney is the best cough medicine and sev rrlmHlion people already know ft Look for the Bellon the Bottle There will be degree work and an annual inspection of Charles Eginton Lodge Nb 111 of R A M in this city Saturday night Dont Be Annoyed With skin troubles pimples black heads eczema or sores When one 25o box of Dr BellsAn tiseptio Salve will cure you Try it at once The Court of Appeals has af firmed the judgment of the Logan Circuit Courts jn which the court says that the County Board of Education has the power and au thority to use llof the money levied and collected for school purposes in the councy and may use its discretion as to how the motley shall be spent It was al 80decirledtbatfthe county court has no discretion in levying tax asked for the County Board of Education provided the tax call ed for shall not exceed the 20 whichisent law Marvelous Discoveries mark the wonderful progress of the age Air flights on heavymachines alegranis without wires terrible war inventions to kill men and tbac wyndtpl wopderaDr- Kinge Now Diecoyeryto save life when threatened by coughs colds la grippe athma croup fererhble For all bronchial affections it- haenoetlua7 Ifrelieves instantly Its surest pure James M Black of Asheville N C R R lJ0 4 writes it cured him 6f an obstinate cough after all other remedies failed 60e land 61 A trial bottle free Guaranteed by SwannDay Lumber Cos store K w WM OAPIJAL STOOIC 8100000 SURPLUS AND UN DIVIDED PROpJTS 100000 TIEeWINCHESTER BANK ow Wfttcateat KY Tt J v- NHouvWlTlilRSPOoX Pose wIt SPIXAR W OASHIKJI I YOUR ACCOUNTS SOUCJITED + + + + + t+ lf 1eP CiM jPPI N- t Watchmale i Jeweler ss iss All Kinds of 4 Wasd Clock Repairing on 5hrt Notice and S TJSFAC 1TIONGUARANIDr Line of wtJoiyef ctades tI isee trap ix the Red River Hotel JJuJMftBg Ch tYkk KENTUCKY ff t+ +tff+++ r r Y Sam Darch a former butcher of this city who went to Beatty ville and made a fortune in the saloon business died last week at Hot Springs Ark where he had gone in hopes of recovery Womarfs Power Over Man Womans most glorious endowment is the power to awaken and hold the pure dnd honest love of a worthy man When she loses it and still loves on 5 Bgonyhorginisma man Her general health suffers and she loses Iles good looks her attractiveness her amiability Dont Experiment With a Cough When Dr Bells Pine Tnr Honey has been used by millions of people for sixteen years witha steady increasing demand Look for the Bell on the Bottle withthethousands of women He has devised a successful remedy for womans ail positivespecificlates strengthens and heals Medicine dealers sell It No fionest dealer will advise youto accept a substitute in order to make a little larger profit IT MAKES WEAK WOMEN TROHG SICK WOMEN WELL Dr Ptmet Pltwai Pttlttt rel slate strengthen Stomach Laver fad Bowels Genuine Malta Riding and Walking Cultivators are the best I 0 Double and Single Shovel v PLOWSa- nd everything in Farm Implements at Grubbs and Benton Winchester Ky 11 M H QoURTNKy Pres A T WHITT Cashier THE I CLAY CITY NATIONAL BANK ICLAY CITY KENTUKCY Capital stock Paid in 50000 Dollars iI Pays fI1e THREE PERCENT INTEREST on time deposits I 3 One Dollar will start an account in our Savings Depl1rt entI t WHY NOT START ONE TODAY tI1i i1iImiiii SAVE YOUR FdWLS Bourbon Poultry cure la reMgnltodas cdatdpoultlJ of tlO world It lsthe one remedY that can bodsended- on With absolute cerfetntT ta enfeand vreTcot Gapes Cholerfit Roupt- tmberneck Olr forl1S of poultry dls casts drops raibodTiakiX writer ktep fowls healthY and free intro ttiKeaae A 6co bottle males 1 2 gallons si medicine Co For tna treatment ct Dlaalihcaa na other dtsos3ea In turke lI orgin Poultry CweHAS NO EQUAL sta1ttw Ralston tt LutYCOf bee bell T cbKJ utiatanoryrcmodrlbyatvipgthemaourboaPoint ties Cure IlObI gape- snourbofPdduyCurlathemoat UmbenacckIhays evcrps or Cholera ra rpolecI oadyLtaluronxy U s A- At Alt Iedalel boo pr rI1 VI I Fro Sold by wa nDaybr GI1ardwick Go11 o Cl City C f Stanton t tirtC ar tSr a JHf c tI1IJiI c J I r Love of excitement was declar ed by Mr Roosevelt to bea very bud indication Looking buck upon the strenuousness of the Roosevelt period of our history someone may call the Colonel a horrible example A little of arid Colorado and West Texas would be relief to Powell coounty Kentucky just now Fluttering Hearts I have had heart trouble for 40 years after taking 18 bottles of Dr Miles Heart Remedy I am en tirely cured and today I do not feel the slightest effect of heart trouble DAVID FRAZIER State Soldiers Home Erie Co Ohio Fluttering indicates a weakness of the nerves and muscles of the heart Like palpitation shortness of breath pain in side and shoulder it is frequently followed by the worst form of heart disease therefore it should not be neglected Dr Miles Heart Remedy is a most reliable heart medicine It strengthens and regulates the heart J action stimulates the digestive or gans and increases the circulation The first bottle will benefit If not your druggist will return your money f ElectricBitters Succeed when everything else tans In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy as thousands have testified KIDNEYiLIVERANDSTOMACH it is the best medicine evr told over n o1c I PTUDAKIatenI KeDd lltetch Model lhOtG lor Patentptaottaerrdonyely 1lon DannerD1PATENT LAWYERS 303 Seventh SL Washington 0 C 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARtta- CoMrRIQHTN C Anyone sending a iketen and description may qnlcklr ascertain our opinion w an Inrentlon iaprobablypatentable Commnnlea tlonaatrlG on Patents ngyaceataIatentasperlalnotkR wIthout III the Scientific flmerkatthandsomely Illustrated weekly Largest dr eolation of any edenUflo Journal Terms 13 ayear I roar month II Bold by all ntwtdealen Yorkhunch Vital Washington News I am through with it So spoke Senator Dollivcr of Iowa He meant that he would never again raise his voice eith er in the Senate of the United Stases or from the stump in defense of excessive protection- I do uot propose declared Dolliver that the remaining years of my life shall be given up in dull consent to the success of all these conspiracies 1 in tend to fight as a Republican for a free market on this conti nentIn other words the mighty Dolliver for years an ardent protectionist is conscience strick en He stands appalled at the magnitude of the sins that have been visited upon the Republic and people by a system which he advocated with his own voice His eyes opened Dolliver was courageous enough to sayHI am through with it That is why his speech will live in his tory because he said 1 am 1throughWitllit of the Iowan I i in itself was not now anymore I i than were his statements that I Congress in passing the Payne Aldrich bill was dominated by the tariff trusts Democrats have told the same story time and again Dolliver had merely indorsed the Democratic view point which is that excessive protection robs the many for the tow Senators regard the Dolliver speech as the most impressive oratory the Senate has listened to in many years It will take rankamong the foremost exam pies of AmericanelJquence Dolliver analyzed the cotton nod wool 8chedtjle8 tftheiPaYrie Aldrich law t revealing UP he went along the fraud and injustice and jugglery which will force the people to pay outrageously high prices for the necessaries of liftHeulso pointed out how the President hind aided in the effort to deceive the public as to the true character of the law What a farce to send men a round talking about the rule of the mojority thundered Dolli vor when the most important business of the people has come down to the bargain counter and men are authorized to say This is the citadel of protection if any of you have constituents that want anything conic here NEW IDEA MANURE SPREADER FARMERS ATTENTION I This Manure Spreader Is different from all others Do not buy without first I InvesUlaUnl the merits of the same The exclusive features on other machines t Drawn with coupling pole without a clutch or cog loadingthe I anteed to pulverize all manure notice the throe chances This machine is butt on a common sense principle of a farm wagonhence is simplest most durabfe lightest draft lowest down hence easy to load Into spreader on the market Backed by ten years I experience not an experiment for catalogue X THE NEW IDEA PREADER co Coldwater Ohio i I STRICTLY HIGH GRADE PRICE REASONABLE f POINTS OF MERIT The ujly ehicle that will ride level no matter how loaded Is absol utely free from rollIngas the weight moves up easybecause It not in the nature of a torsion spring No tend IJghterIe r P t d- l gee we are the Dispensing wer support what we want and take anything y uthink you need and the man who does not like it and has no stomach for the fight is requested to depart- If that into be the continued pracUcd of the Government of the united States I think it would be better for nearly every body to depart V When Senator Dolliver wasflt tacking the PayneAldrich bill in the Senate last spring Senator Depew of New York chided the Iowan with the statement that he Dolliver had traveled all over the country in the c im paign of 1896 making speeches in which he charged the Wilson bill with responsibility for the panic of 1893 Would you now pass a blue pencil through those speeches asked Depow smil ingly If I were called upon now slid Dolliver Ito repeat what I siiid ns an enthusiastic youth in the House of Representatives many years ago i I would bit e pencil a good many of the ex planatons I gave there for indus trial conditions which surround ed our industries in that faroff periodTaft V cuttoriie quick econo my is no longer mentioned by Republican newspapers For excellent reason too Indica tions are thatthis Congress will spend at least 20000000 more than the proceeding session which created d new high water murk in government extrava gance Speaking of cuttothe qiiick economy here are a few of the increathdbover last years approprZiatidddiii bills already enacted at tHierBCBsIon Rivers and harbors 28462954 rostofflcedepii tmiBrit 5119825 Sundry civil 8088994 Agricultural depnrtmenr 517000 Consular and diplomatic 505020 District of Columbia 247429 88487422 The most material decrease upto date is1in the pension bill amounting to about 0000 000 tiit President Taft is leading a movement through from behind the scenes toV defeat Senator Robert M LaFoljette of Wiscon sin Having been the original insurgent and having given open battle to Senator Aldrich and the other recationaries in their endeovor to legislate solely for the benefit of the special inter eats k Taft Republicans feel La Follette should ben defeated if possible J er eti Ladies gloves that were 1 a pair before the passage of the PayneAldrich tariff billare now 125 Ladies shoes that were8 are now850 Ladies sandalrubbers that were 25 caats apair are nowr76apte Even the kitchen hrM vwhioliy once coatbut 25 cents now tennis for 85 and 40 jcents 4 AY- An inspired news item in which it was denied that President Taft was withholding patronage from progressive Senators was recently sent from Washington to all parts of the United States This information was entirely un foUnded Noneof the genuine progressives are o a nior sel of the federal patronage with in their districts I a VicePresidcnt herman reY- t 8 t timed from Wisconsin with the eport that insurgency is fas- tstibsidhigAnd President Taft I relieves him Born Sunday June lOto Mr ihd Mrs Luther Loving adfiugh rer Mrs Loving is visiting her mother at fowling Green and Mr Loving joined her there Monday for Sale A nice home cottage with seven rooms plenty of water garden and etc Jpply ta this office 1 WEIJUY WOON DES AnoF IeiIt WI to le fa wGMI IitrIW tllfftri xI rIniDelI IStatiotu I L E 0 do K WeAskYouito take for your 1 we are sure It + I will you Remember that l this remedy CARDUI 1vto thousands of Ihas sick so not to For headache backache ness have said It Is the best medicine to take Try Itl in CityP3 BELLS ANTIPAINIoFor and External oJ RC WELCH Attorney CounselloraLaw J r KENTUCKY in all of the Commonwealth SITIERLJUIDI EAGLE SiltE for Nothing but the women retain their Beauty beauty to an advanced e TAKEe women regularly endure pain suffering leaves its lasting marks on all women suffer more or less with some trouble It should be neglected paintreat yourself at home taking thousands of women have done and give Cardui a fair I I ANTON General who CARDUIl 1 It Help trritestuIon my feet Finally I began to take and soon began to Now I am able to do all toy housework and am in much better health than I woe before it DRUG ShC1MARY OF L E TlflE TflBLE EastBound WestBound No2 No4 Daily AMI 225 735 31t5 813 320 820 334 842 35f 902 958 910 405 916 s14 922 430 988 943 447 956 510 1017 605 1116 1120 Lexington Winchester Junction Indian Fields CLAY CITY Stanton Rosalyn FilsonCampton Junction Natural Bridge TorrentBeattyvllle Jet Junction Cardui female troubles because help great female brought relief women why Iyou pans female weak many Sold This DR Internal Practice Courts EYE Good EyM age not by other trial Will You Cardui mend Try AT ALL STORES Daily PM 435 610 Jackson par No1 No 5 SundayEx A M PM A M 955 605 1025x912 5 209 40 900 507 934LI 845 453t 9 20th825 435 903 816 426 854 809 420 848 803 414 842 748 357 S28 745 355 R26 730 3x41 16 707 320 754 615 225 705 610 220 700 The Following CONNECTIONS are made Daily t xcept Sunday- L ifc E Junction Nos 1 and 3 will connect with the O do O Roll wuj for Mt StrUng Ky Campion Junction NOB 1 2 3 and 4 will connect with the Mouv t tCentra1Itnilway for passengers to aad from Campten tKv Beattyyille Junction Nos 2 will connect with the tjA e JRail way lot Beattyville Ky 0 d K Junction Nos 3 and f will connect with bt O K Railway Jor CaanelCHyjKj and way stations EARNST8VEMOJ 1I 1- daakedbyother firma Our mo4eiatwethodofineraha- naleaustomake athis pheuomlaal over which none of- pautoreoanmee4 SObardhlekandloJne1ar DOMESTCWINNEIt RANGE i Jnet M his sixcotenwoneotwblh4seembeetae It lined cast flue stripe and fuel cup screw draught regte ten es UlIaoh oaet reee noair and bIah b INomrJlordboueoantoaobthla MODERN ATOVE MBA COMPANY ChtEi mt r I